LINGUIST List 12.804

Thu Mar 22 2001

Jobs: Comp Ling: Software Developer at TASC, VA, USA

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  1. Maria Booth, Comp Ling: Software Developer at TASC Inc, VA, USA

Message 1: Comp Ling: Software Developer at TASC Inc, VA, USA

Date: 22 Mar 2001 15:20:15 -0000
From: Maria Booth <>
Subject: Comp Ling: Software Developer at TASC Inc, VA, USA

Rank of Job: Senior MTS
Areas Required: Computational Linguist/Software Developer
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: TASC
State or Province: Virginia
Country: US
Final Date of Application: Open until filled
Contact: Maria Booth

Address for Applications:
4801 Stonecroft Blvd., Attn: M. Booth
VA 20151

TASC, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Litton Industries, is one of
the world's premier providers of high-end information technology
solutions. Founded in 1966, TASC has more than 3,000 Employees over
25 offices throughout the United States and in the United
Kingdom. From design and development to implementation and support,
TASC offers a wide range of professional services and technology
products to meet the needs of large organizations. We serve clients in
the US intelligence community, the military, federal and state
government, and commercial.

Our core technology strengths are in signals processing, information
architectures, imagery and geospatial systems, visual computing,
information assurance, C4ISR, lifecycle engineering, enterprise
systems, and analytic sciences. Additional information about TASC can
be found on the Internet at

We currently have an opening for a Computation Linguist in our
Herndon, Virginia location. The Computation Linguist will work in
software development and rapid prototyping as part of an established
team doing applied research in advanced-text-processing areas such as
natural-language processing, information extraction, advanced
information retrieval, automatic text summarization, and machine

Interest candidates may send their resumes to 
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